News & Events for Oxford, UK


December 21, 2016
As 2016 draws to a close we reflect on another year of successful growth and are delighted to announce a significant number of promotions in the UK. The talented people below will no doubt shine even brighter in 2017 and, as is the Elementa way, nurture others to do likewise. So , congratulations to: David Barker – Associate Principal David Glossop – Principal Debbie Halifax – Head of Administration (UK) Graham Day – Associate Jared Gow – Financial Controller Matt Baillie – Senior Engineer Roy Kidd – Engineer ... Read more
December 16, 2016
Edward Garrod, Elementa’s Head of Sustainability is now officially a Fitwel Ambassador – most likely the first in Europe – having passed the Fitwel Ambassadors Exam. Fitwel was developed by GSA and the CDC in the USA, and is administered by the Center for Active Design. It is a cost-effective, high-impact building certification standard that optimizes building occupant health and productivity through targeted improvements to workplace design and policies. In parallel with our longstanding leadership in the application of the WELL® Bui... Read more
November 18, 2016
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted by CIBSE for two Awards for the third year in a row. The CIBSE Building Performance Awards recognise the people, products and projects that demonstrate sustainable engineering excellence in the built environment. The Awards focus on actual, measured performance, not design intent or performance specifications. This year we have not only been recognised for our innovative project work, but also as a forward thinking company – nominated for Building Consultancy of the Year (up to 100... Read more
October 11, 2016
Elementa along with 4 other leading organisations form the first cohort of Global Founders of a new online platform that will take the headache out of going green. Developed by sustainability charity Bioregional, the platform will make it easier for anyone involved in sustainability to make progress in creating a better world. If everyone in the world consumed as many natural resources as the average person in the West, we would need several planets to support us. Bioregional devel... Read more
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